Diversifying the pack: Cross fostering helps Mexican wolf population boost genetic mix

From KOLD.com:

ALPINE, Arizona – The day in late January began like any other for a Mexican wolf pup living in the spectacular solitude of eastern Arizona: searching for food with other wolves in the Apache National Forest.

Then came the terrifying chatter of a helicopter, a dash for cover, a jab in the rump – and a nap, courtesy of the sedative Telazol delivered by dart gun.

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